1. The Cornea
The Cornea is a curved dome of strong, clear tissue on the surface of the eye, the cornea focuses light onto the retina.
2. The Epithelium
The epithelium provides a thin protective layer for the cornea and heals very quickly when disturbed.
3. The Iris
The Iris is the coloured part of your eye and is actually a muscle that controls the size of the pupil.
4. The Pupil
The Pupil is the black circular area in the middle of the eye. It controls the amount of light reaching the retina.
5. The Retina
The Retina is a membrane on the inner wall of your eye, similar to the film in a camera, the retina changes light into images that are transferred to the brain via the optic nerve.
6. The Sclera
The Sclera is the outer white coat of the eye, the sclera also provides protection.
7. The Lens
The natural lens behind the pupil changes shape to allow the eye to focus. As you age, your natural lens hardens resulting in presbyopia-the loss of reading vision.